1hr. 15min. (1 intermission)
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Award-winning singer and writer Gregory Moore and keyboard artist Simon Mulligan re-create the songs and humor of British legend Noël Coward from his "cabaret years" (the early 1950s) — especially the tunes he sang at Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn in June 1955. Frank Sinatra chartered a private plane to shuttle "every star in Hollywood" to Coward's opening night (Bogie and Bacall, Judy Garland, David Niven, and others). Just as his own star was fading in his homeland, America embraced Coward with great affection — and he liked America right back!
Note: Audience members are encouraged (not required) to dress "circa 1955 Las Vegas glitz."